I have a .gz sql dump file (example: foo.sql.gz) that i want import in my database with the classic mysql command. gunzip -c foo.sql.gz > foo.sql mysql -uroot -ppassword foo < foo.sql foo is ...
I was always assuming that when curl got an HTTP 500 response it was returning an exit code that meant failure (!= 0), but that seems to be not the case. Is there a way I can I make cURL fail with an ...
I have a Linux program which can write information to stdout and stderr. I have a shell script which redirects that output to a file in /var/log. (Via >> and 2>&1.) Is there a way to ...
I'm writing a C program in Windows, my printf calls print to the command line, and I know that I can redirect all this output to a text file using: myProgram.exe > mylog.txt However, I wish to ...
How can I redirect the stdout of a program to a file when it's run in the background? I have a program that generates output every second. When I run it normally and redirect to a file, the output ...
I have a command such as "C:\Program Files\7-zip\7z.exe" x foo.7z -y which will extract (with full paths) to the current directory. What it does that I don't want, though, is to spool out the ...
Suppose that dd if=/dev/sda bs=100M | gzip -c > somefile.img.gz is done. If errors occur in dd, do I get to see error messages in terminal, or do they get ignored? Also, suppose that dd ...